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Warner presses for troop withdrawals

October 6, 2018
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GOP Sen. John Warner, who wants U.S. troops to start coming home from Iraq by Christmas, said Sunday he may support Democratic legislation ordering withdrawals if President Bush refuses to set a return timetable soon. (MSNBC — 27 August, 2007)
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Iraq’s Prime Minister Nouri al-al-Maliki lashed out on Sunday at U.S. Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton who had called for him to be replaced. (MSNBC — 27 August, 2007)
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Iraqi prime minister issues ripostes against U.S. officials who have criticized his leadership. (Washington Post — 27 August, 2007)
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“Differences of views and approaches” toward troop levels in Iraq are to be worked out this week in a conference between the White House and Iraq commanders who want to keep the current number of forces, said the senior Republican on the Senate Armed Services Committee. (Washington Post — 27 August, 2007)
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KANSAS CITY, Mo., Aug. 22 — President Bush defended his ongoing military commitment in Iraq by linking the conflict there to the Vietnam War, arguing Wednesday that withdrawing U.S. troops would lead to widespread death and suffering as it did in Southeast Asia three decades ago. (Washington Post — 29 August, 2007)
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Shia, Sunni and Kurdish leaders sign a deal aimed at curbing sectarian violence, Iraq’s prime minister says. (BBC News — 27 August, 2007)
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President Bush aims to inspire patience with the war Tuesday by arguing that the fight against extremists in Iraq is crucial to U.S. security and the future of a strategic, struggling region. (MSNBC — 29 August, 2007)
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The House will hold hearings next week on two key reports assessing political and military conditions in Iraq, jump-starting the debate over President Bush’s strategy even before long-awaited testimony by Army Gen. David H. Petraeus and U.S. Ambassador Ryan C. Crocker, due the following week. (Washington Post — 28 August, 2007)
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